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Speaking March 14 to an audience of more than 100 in Sage Chapel in the latest installment of Soup & Hope, Winfield said she learned that leaning into uncertainty unleashes the power of possibility.

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Speaking March 14 to an audience of more than 100 in Sage Chapel in the latest installment of Soup & Hope, Winfield said she learned that leaning into uncertainty unleashes the power of possibility.

The third annual Diversity Preview Weekend, held March 7-10, brought underrepresented minority students to Cornell to learn about the university and gain confidence to apply to graduate school.

The Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell offers a free, 12-week online business certificate program, which gives entrepreneurs the skills, knowledge and resources to build their own businesses.

Cornell’s fourth annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, March 8 at Olin Library, contributes to enhancing and expanding the site’s coverage of notable women and a range of topics across feminism, gender and the arts.

The deadline is March 13 to apply for the annual James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial and Intercultural Peace and Harmony, endowed by trustee Thomas W. Jones '69.

In the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture, Feb. 11 in Sage Chapel, Bree Newsome recalled the events leading up to her removing a Confederate flag from the South Carolina Statehouse grounds in 2015.

Cornell’s Center for Teaching Innovation is offering the campus’ teaching community an online course that explores strategies for building and sustaining inclusive classrooms.

Activist Bree Newsome, who removed the Confederate battle flag at the South Carolina State House in 2015, will speak at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration on campus Feb. 11.